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Yukon Summer Silverbrite Salmon Fillet (Summer Chum)

  • Yupik Eskimo fishery.
  • Flaky and flavorful.
  • 1/2 to 1 lb. boneless fillet portions.

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$16.39 lb

The Yukon River has two separate runs of chum (silverbrite) salmon. Chum salmon from this early run, known as the "Summer chum", have a meat color similar to a coho salmon but a fat content (which is what makes them rich & tasty) around 12% (on-par with a typical Alaska king salmon). This higher oil content means high amounts of heart-healthy Omega-3 oils. Delicious Yukon chum is less expensive than other salmon but still a natural and pure Alaska salmon that offers health benefits and high oil content.

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Name Yukon Summer Silverbrite Salmon Fillet (Summer Chum)
Product Bullet 1 Yupik Eskimo fishery.
Product Bullet 2 Flaky and flavorful.
Product Bullet 3 1/2 to 1 lb. boneless fillet portions.
Visibility Catalog, Search
Search Words & Phrases keta,chum,silverbrite,salmon,filet,filets,fillet,fillets,portion,portions,yukon,river,summer
Shipping Message No
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Price Unit lb
List Unit lb
Grid Unit lb
Qty Units Lbs
Brand FishEx Seafoods
Type Salmon - Chum
Prepared State Frozen - Raw
Fresh Availability Dates No
Size No
Cut Fillet Portions
Flavor Rich
Richness Very Rich/ Highly Marbled
Region Alaska
Fishing Grounds Yukon River (AK)
Fishing Method Gilnet
Harvest Method Wild-Caught
Health Benefits High in Omega-3s
By Use Entrees
By Occasoin No
By Gender No
Cooking Method Bake, Broil, Grill, Pan Fry
Related Recipes
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DPI Freezing No
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DPI Health No
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